NEW BERLIN – This is National FFA Week across the country, and two area schools hosted delegates from the national and state organization Thursday.
“Communicate – show people where they can fit in. There is no set standard for who can be a part of FFA. You can look and find success in each of you by accepting that we’re all different, yet we can still have a common goal in working together,” said National Southern Regional Vice President Regina Holliday of Georgia.
Twenty-year-old Holliday is a junior at the University of Georgia who is working towards a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in large animals.